Communications - Selfharm news - Maynooth University

New research sheds light on a ‘hidden population’ of children and young people who self-harm

Large numbers of children and young people in Ireland are engaging in self-harm in an attempt to cope with the pressures of life, according to reaserch from Maynooth University Department of Psychology

Wednesday, 05 November 2014

Research to become Animated Film

See the film, get the soundtrack!

Friday, 31 October 2014

FaSMEd update

FaSMEd update

Friday, 31 October 2014

Emma McEvoy at Diversity in the Economy and Local Integration Round Table Seminar

One of PhD candidates recently participated in a round table seminar in the Royal Irish Academy.

Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Rory Hearne's article in the Irish Examiner today analysing the housing vacancy rates across Ireland

A sustainable and fair housing policy is needed to address society’s needs, writes Dr Rory Hearne The residential vacancy rates from the 2011 census highlight the necessity of a radical change in housing and regional economic development policy. They make it clear our housing system is fundamentally dysfunctional. We now have the scandalous and untenable situation whereby 90,000 households are defined as ‘in housing need’, and up to 5,000 homeless, and yet over twice that amount (230,056) of housing and apartments units lie vacant.

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Maynooth University Music research student featured at launch of 2014 Irish Research Council Postgraduate Scheme.

Roslyn Steer (far left) at the launch of the 2014 Irish Research Council Postgraduate Scheme.

Thursday, 23 October 2014

Maynooth Lecturer gives operatic première

Dr Francesca Placanica launches new book and performs operatic première in Bath Spa University.

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Maynooth University to research novel interventions for vulnerable parents and children

ENRICH (EvaluatioN of wRaparound in Ireland for CHildren and Families), a new five-year research programme led by Maynooth University Senior Lecturer Dr. Sinead McGilloway, has been awarded €1.25m to research two new models of ‘wraparound’ care for vulnerable parents of young children.

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Communications - Library sign news and events - Maynooth University

Multi-million euro investment to benefit Maynooth University research

The Irish government announced today details of a multi-million euro research initiative that will result in a significant investment in Maynooth University.

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Computer Science - Computer Circuit - Research 1 - Maynooth University

Multi-million euro investment to benefit Maynooth University research

The Irish government announced investment of between €8-10 million in high-tech research funding to the University under the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Research Centres programme.

Monday, 20 October 2014